Computer science professor Chris Wilcox has teamed up with a CSU student and an HPE employee to form a club for high school female students to learn more about coding and the computer science industry.
Daily Archives: March 1, 2016
William “Bill” R. Wailes, Jr., 69, of Fort Collins went to be with his Heavenly Father on Friday, February 26.
head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M speaks as part of ISTeC Distinguished Lecture Series.
The inaugural VPR Fellowship Competition challenged graduate students from across disciplines and colleges to summarize their research in three minutes with only one static PowerPoint slide.
Bad habits, interruptions, competing priorities, or any number of other obstacles can derail the best-laid plans. Luckily, recent psychological research has revealed insights that can be helpful in breaking through this frustrating challenge. Here are two approaches you can start applying today to get yourself back on track with your studies.
The Death Valley super bloom happens once every 20 years, and CSU botanists weren’t about to miss this one.
A former avid athlete who became paralyzed in 2009, Matt Thomas fought through injury and rehabilitation, and earned his master’s in civil engineering in 2015 through CSU Online.
Arlene Weintraub will share the story behind her book, Heal: The Vital Role of Dogs in the Search for Cancer Cures, on March 7.